The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, April 20, 1921, Page PAGE SIX, Image 6

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WEDNESDAY, Arnni 20, toat
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
PAGH BIX
NEW. TODAY
O . iJ-J-W
FOR SALE dobd paying laundry
business. Will stand Invostlgntlon.
Inquire Herald office, Hox F. F.
2(1-36
Shoo ropnlrlriR Is a ronl sorvleo to
tho public. Wo repair on nn avcrnRo
of 30 pnlrs a day. Look your own
ovpr. don't tlii- need now soles? If
so wo will put tlicm on whllo you
wait. Urndloy-.Evnns Shoo Co. 20-23
Wo carry only tho bent grades of
Inalorial In our shoo repair dopart
mont. nradloy-Evans Shoo Co. 20-23
FOUND A pnlr of kid gloves. Own
er mny have sniio hy Identifying
sumo at Herald office mid paying for
this ad. 20
FOIt SALE A good lot on Orchard
street at Mills addition, lot 343,
block 113. Wrlto ownor, Mro. A.
Wcllman, 146 Ilrooklyn avenue, San
Jose, California. 20-22
llavo You Seen Krlloy toiUy'.
OWL CAFE 18 SOLD
Mrs. S. Do Coster of Uray has
purchnsod tho Owl Cafo from Walk
er and Endors. Mrs. Do Costar,
who lias had wide experience In
tho restaurant business Is going
to remodel tho entire enfo. Sho ex
pects to be open for business on
or about May First.
Advertising brings efficiency.
.HUK8 FOH TRACTOR 11ENTAL.
Tho cpunly court, for Klamath
"i 'him boRiin suit uKalnst W,
K. Drown, for $1,125 alleged to bo
duo for rent of a cntprplllnr our
Inn. defoudant Is alleged In liava
rentctj tho inachlno In Deceinher,
1919, far 22 iIiijh, nt nn iigrend
prlco of $I!0 n dyn, which was not
paid.
Suro, you can tiara a swim In tho
new Hot Springs Uath House. 19
FOll SALE Oil TRADE Terms.
1920 Columbia' Sport Modol.
Also '
1920 Dodge nt a bnrgnln. Henllnc
Photo Shop, 327 Main. 20-26
Wo rcmoro French heels and put
on Culmn or military heels, which
makea some Hhocs more comfortable
llrndloy-Eviins Shoo Co. 20-23
STOCK FOUND
It you lmvo missed any horses or
cattle, you had better visit the
pound, nu I liavo about 25 head of
horses nud cattle now In corral.
1CS. WILSON,
20-22 Poutiilniimtor.
WANTED Good farm hand. Reed
wages, steady job for good man.
Address Dox 31, Kamath Falls, Or.
20tt
Pumpcrnlkol and rrcsh ryo bread
ovory dor In tho wcok from now on.
Whlto Grocery Dollcatcson. 101S
Main. 20-22
BUNTED Light housekeeping
room In prlvnto family; closo In
proforublo. Phono 204r'M. 20
notice
Tho ladles of tho Auxiliary of tho
American Legion are requested to
meet Friday evening, April 22, nt
tho Chamber of Commorco In tho
Forum rooms.
VINA COZAIID.
20-21 Socretury.
WANTED To borrow twelve hun
dred dollars for ono year, Al se
curity. Dox 12. Herald office. 20
Why suffor with soro, stiff mus
cles when thoy can bo cured by bathing-
at tho now Hot Springs Dath
Houso? 20
TO DF.IVrOUS OF AHHIjAM FIU'IT
STORE AN1 l'AUirr.
orockry
Notlco Is hereby gjven that ntl
parties owing nbovo concerns are
requested to mako settlement of
their bills on or boforo May 1st, 1921
so tho trustee may make his return
to tho Court for final action.
Mako pnyment to the undersigned
MERCHANTS COLLECTION
. KATINH lll'REAl', .
Main & Sixth St.. (Over Sugorman's)
C. M. Jolly. Prop.
20-21
Mlddlo a god lady wishes position'
as bousekooper. Good cook and No. 1 j
housekeeper. Call at 426 Michigan'
avonuo after 5 o'clock. 20-22
Want 4S0 for 6 months. Will
glvo oicollont socurlty and Interest.
Address box C. D., Herald. 20-22
Lawnmowors sharpened with Peer-'
loss grinder. .Work guarantood, 917
Pine street. ' 20-U5
furituiu: miVKRS
Tako advantago ot my outsldo ser
vice I havo a car and llko to drlvo
It. You neod furntturo and would
llko to buy It. Call 41-W and I will
sond for yeu: also tako you homo.
'PERKINS FURNITURE HOUSE
"Tho FurnWIirr of Happy Homos"
FOR RENT Six room houie, mod
ern, for rent on April 21. Ju,
Pickle, 404 Oak street. 20
FOR RENT Thirty acres at Cbel-
isoa, mile and a half from town. A.
J. Lyle. 21
NEW GROCERY STORE
A not llttlo grocery Btoro has
just been opened at 1018 Main
stroot by Carl Schubort. Jr. Mr.
Schubert Is well-known In Kla
math Falls, and owned n grocery
I nthe West End In 1918 and
1919. Ho moved to Oakland and
has been in tho grocery business
thoro for n year and a half. Mr.
Shubcrt also has a flno farm about
eight mllos south ot town.
Work shoes from $3.25 up to $12.20
no higher, at Dradley-Erans Shoo
Co. 2023
FOR RENT Furnished ono room
bachelor cabin, 741 Walnut. 20
Ford accessories and repairing. Wo
use and soil only genulno new Ford
parts. Klamath Falls Auto Co., Roy
Call, proprietor. 2(M3
FOR RENT 3-room furnished -
house -with outsldo room. Mrs.
Nato Otterbeln. Phono C36-M. 20-22
C. C. Low, who has been 111 with
noumonla, Is roportcd as being
slightly bettor today.
q
Spring Is coming on and you havo
tho houso clearing bug. Well, I have
got It too- Lot's get together.
PERKINS FUIlMTUIti: HOUSE
"The FnrnUhcr of Happy Homes"
FOR RENT 3-room apartment G24
High, corner 6th. Phono 24-M.
20-21
FOR RENT 3 housekeeping rooms.
Phono 444. 20
Havo You Seen KeHey today?
FOR RENT Ded room. Mrs. Harry
Goeller, 125 Pine. 20
Carpets. and rugs cloanod to your
satisfaction. Wm. Lush, phono 190W.
20-22
A GROUND HOC CASE
You've got tbo monoy; I'vo got the
furniture. Let's swap.
PERKINS FUnNITUItE HOUSE
"Tito Furnisher of Happy Homes"
17tf
W
When you buy a car,
you pay for long llfo.
In tho Hupmobllo you
got It. You pay for
constant servlco and
satisfaction as long as
you uso tho cor and
In tho Hupmobllo you
got them.
Kwnurm Motor Co.
1U.'I South Fourth
Scrlpps-Dooth, Over
land uud Hupmobllo
100 TER CENT UNION
MONDALE THEATRE
Arthur Dean
Musical Director
Tod White
Manager
Ed. F. Crawford
Chief Operator
The Best for the Best
THE WORKINGMAN'S THEATRE
TONIGHT
rA Wonderful Sea Picture
William Desmond In The
"SEA PANTHER"
Taken from tho Saturday Evening Post atory a picture of
Pirate days on the high seas full of action
ALSO
A GOOD MACK BENNETT COMEDY I
TWO SHOWS 6:458:45
ADMISSION ADULTS 28 C CHILDREN QoC
COMING SUNDAY
GEORGE BEBAN IN "THE ITALIAN"
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j True Shoe
I Economy
Shoes cost less than they used to
t, But now, as always, it is more
t economical to buy the well-made
X shoe of the best materials rather
than a much poorer shoe at a slight'
X ly lower price. Wear-for-ever, the
good shoes cost less, and it looks
better and feels better for a far long
er time
Our prices have been reduced on
an average of 33 1-3 over last sea
son. That includes shoes we have on
hand from last fall, which we are
selling at today's market prices re
gardless of what they cost us.
, Shoes and hosiery for the fam-
Hy.
Our Spring models are in and
are ready for your inspection.
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Pl
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TO-DJ1Y
KNTIRK CHANGE TONIGHT NEW VAUIIEVILLW
NEW PICTURES
JOLLY DICK LONSDALE CO.
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11
OLE'S MISTAKE"
A SWEDE COMEDY SCREAM
Enid Bennett
in
"HER HUSBANDS FRIEND"
Ho had novor soon her boforo,, wbon ho chancod
upon her wading In tho Btroam Soon thoy woro
head over heels In lovo. Thon ho discovered sho
was tho woman hu had boon paying alimony. It's
great.
THURSDAY Tho comedy hit of all time Mack Son
nott's "SMALL TOWN IDOL."
At The Liberty
The House of Personal Service
TONIGHT
Harold Lloyd in
"GET OUT AND GET UNDER"
A speedy comedy special which hits tho hills of hilarity on high.
AND
Blanche Sweet
"HER UNWILLING HUSBAND"
For wiso guys and wlloy wives and all others who relish a
speedy comedy drama of rich momonts, raro situationsriotous
laughter. '
Don't miss today's troat.
TOMORROW
A return engagement of tho world's groatest racing drama
"CHECKERS"
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COMING SUNDAY
"BRIDE 13"
Use Some
of
Your
MONEY
for
Oil Development
in
Klamath County
We are engaged in an honest ef
fort to develop what experts predict
may be the greatest natural resource
in the community. ..We want your
attention. We want you to know
what we are doing. We have been
working while you have been parad
ing. We arc going to keep right on
working too, but we Want to stop the
parade long enough to impress upon
you the importance to Klamath of
Oil Development.
Don't Overlook
the Possibilities
of PROFITS TO YOURSELF and
PROSPERITY TO KLAMATH.
Every dollar put into our stock
NOW hastens the day when our well
will be complete; hastens the day
when we will all know what fortune
has in store in Oil. Go out and see
our errick and equipment. We
mean business . and we want you
to know it.
GIVE SOME OF YOUR
ATTENTION TO OIL DE
VELOPMENT. PUT SOME OF YOUR
MONEY IN OIL STOCK.
SEE
K.ELLEY
TODAY
Mail all checks and direct all inquiries to
Crater Oil & Gas Co.
Office:-622 Main Street
Open Evenings.
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